Chelsea has made another stride towards landing Bayer Leverkusen's midfield sensation Kai Havertz. An arrangement has concurred between the club and the player on his pay, yet the two clubs despite everything need to discover a concurrence on the exchange charge.
Havertz, 21, has been vigorously connected with the Blues in the wake of making open his craving to stop the Bay Arena as Bayer Leverkusen neglected to make sure about Champions League football.
Chelsea, who has been dynamic in the exchange window, has made another move to making Kai Havertz the most recent of their marquee signings after previously making sure about Hakeem Ziyech and Timo Werner.
As indicated by The Athletic's David Ornstein, Frank Lampard has spoken with the German global over a transition to Stamford Bridge as he keeps on reinforcing his crew in front of the coming season.
Both Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have been connected with the 21-year-old this late spring, however, just Chelsea are eager to coordinate Leverkusen's valuation of the midfielder.
The Blues and Bayer Leverkusen are an understanding endlessly from the arrangement progressing further, with Havertz enthusiastic about the move. The Blues are allegedly set to sprinkle around £73 million all things considered yet concurring individual terms with the player, per Mail Online's Oli Gamp.
Lampard had before communicated his longing to break the hole among Chelsea and Premier League victors Liverpool, uncovering that the Blues mean on plunging into the market for additional signings.
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